From IMDB: Gertie the dinosaur has been brought into the modern world. Continually perplexed by her new surroundings, she begins to explore the new sights. But when she sleeps, she dreams of the way it used to be, in the days when the world was full of dinosaurs like herself. Topics: Winsor McCay, cartoon, silent
Unsettling cartoon: charming at first, it grows frightening along the way. Quite modern in style and subject. more info on http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0012123/ ( 1 reviews ) Topics: cartoon, Winsor McCay, monster movie, silent film
This is a index of first lines, I made of all the 'Dream of the Rarebit Fiend' comic strips, that I could find. Most of them were collected in the "The Complete Rarebit Fiend 1904 - 1913" by Ulrich Merkl. A few others were in the "Winsor McCay: Early Works IX" by Checker Book Publishing Group. This will hopefully help collector's to know which comicstrips they have and which are missing from their collections. Hopefully all the comics will someday be found and gathered... Topics: Winsor McCay, Dearms, Dream, Rarebit, Rabbit, Fiend, Index, First, Lines
Loosely based on those "Dream of the Rarebit Fiend" cartoons by Winsor McCay, featuring "Good For You Bad For Me" by Waring's Pennsylvanians. ( 2 reviews ) Topics: reefer, weed, marijuana, dream of the rarebit fiend, Winsor McCay
Description from Wikipedia:How a Mosquito Operates (1912), also known as The Story of a Mosquito, is a silent animated film by American cartoonist and animator Winsor McCay. The six-minute short, about a giant mosquito who torments a sleeping man, is one of the earliest animated films and is noted for the high technical quality of its naturalistic animation, considered far ahead of its contemporaries. Topics: mosquito, Winsor McCay, history, silent film, cartoon, animated
The Sinking of the Lusitania, released in 1918, is an animated short film by American artist Winsor McCay. It features a short 12 minute explanation of the sinking of RMS Lusitania after it was struck by two torpedoes fired from a German U-boat. The film was one of many animated silent films published to create anti-German sentiment during World War I. McCay illustrated some 25,000 drawings for the production. The film is stylized as a documentary, informing viewers on details from the actual... ( 6 reviews ) Topics: Lusitantia, Winsor McCay, Animation, History, World War I, Propaganda
The fiend faces the spectacular mind-bending consequences of his free-wheeling rarebit binge. Stars Jack Brawn http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0000546/ Please watch Carport Theatre's amazing scored version of this film. You won't regret it. It's wonderful. http://archive.org/details/DreamOfARarebitFiend_381 ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Gen X, Wallace McCutcheon, Edwin S. Porter, Winsor McCay, Jack Brawn, Comedy, Black and White,...